Waad Ali is a trained Geographer with expertise in economic demography. His recent work includes studies on regional economic development, migration, labor, skills, and the changing nature of work. His research interests mainly focus on urban and regional economic development, population economics, and Er-GM. Waad holds a Bachelor of Science Honours degree from the University of Toronto and a Ph.D. in Geography from McMaster University. Further information on his research with OTM can be found here.
Ali, WK, Newbold, KB. (2020). “Geographic variations in precarious employment outcomes between immigrant and Canadian‐born populations.” Papers in Regional Science. 1– 29.
Ali, WK., and Newbold, KB. (2020). “The spatial dimensions of temporary employment in Canada.” The Canadian Geographer: In press
Ali, WK., Newbold, KB., and Mills, S. (2020). “The geographies of precarious labour in Canada.” Canadian Journal of Regional Science (CJRS): In press
Ali, WK., and Walsh P.R. (2015). “Managing sustainability knowledge in the Canadian mining industry.” Presented at the Third International Symposium on Corporate Responsibility and Sustainable Development.